Magic Johnson and the rest of the Lakers front office are not wasting any time as they are checking for multiple options to boost their lineup. As reported the other day, they have their sights glued on multiple veterans such as Kyle Korver, Zach Randolph and Trevor Ariza. In a way, it is a win-win situation for the Lakers, but they have to wait for a couple of weeks, or even months, for it to materialise.

Bradley Beal and John Wall Saga

Yesterday, it was reported by Adrian Wojnarowski on ESPN that the Washington Wizards are considering trading every member of their ball club.

That includes their All-Star backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal. The Washington Wizards have a deep lineup and a formidable one-two punch, but they can’t seem to make it work. This is not the first time that it was broadcast that Bradley Beal and John Wall are not on good terms. Many NBA analysts such as ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith called out Wall and stated that he needs to put his big-boy pants on.

On the other hand, it seems like Bradley Beal has lost his touch from the perimeter. The player that was regarded as one of the streakiest shooters in the game is having a slump. Part of the reason why he’s struggling right now is because of all the Washington Wizards drama. Few players can only block outside interference or issues, unfortunately, Beal isn’t one of them.

The only way that he can regain his All-Star form is either to stay in DC without John Wall or part ways with the Wizards.

If that will happen, the Los Angeles Lakers have all the possible trade packages that will trigger a deal with the Washington Wizards. Lakers can do a straight swap or give future draft picks and a player like Josh Hart or Brandon Ingram.

Some fans might not agree with this idea, but LA needs a shooter with playoff experience. Beal was able to deliver before and him teaming up with LeBron James will cause a lot of trouble in the NBA. Subsequently, the lakeshow isn’t the only team that is trying to get Bradley Beal.

Charlotte Hornets and Kemba Walker

A few hours ago, CBS Sports stated that the Charlotte Hornets have inquired about the young marksman.

There are no details yet on which player the Hornets are willing to unload to get Beal to the Queen City. The only thing guaranteed about their inquiry is, they are trying to get some help on their backyard and Kemba Walker can’t do it all alone. Speaking of Kemba, for the past two games, he scored a total of 103 points or an average of 51.5 in the last two innings.